TOURISM
AND
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
MAIN THEME
Tourism = People
People influencing,
ENVIRONMENT
• Climate
• Landscape/Terrain
• Carbon footprints
People (tourism) influencing
climate
People (tourism) influencing climate

• Threat = As the world
seeks solutions to climate
change it looks
increasingly towa...
People (tourism) influencing climate

Solar, wind
, tidal
energy
People (tourism) influencing land
“In simple words, it

is an unorganized
human settlement
which leads to the
disturbances...
People (tourism) influencing land
• Threat = Loss of life and money.
• Solution = facilitate the movement of water
into so...
People (tourism) influencing carbon
Carbon footprint - the
amount of carbon being
emitted.
(Over three-quarters of
these e...
People (tourism) influencing carbon
• Threats = Everyday activities that seem
virtually harmless, increases carbon
footpri...
People influencing, People

People
should go

To gain
opportunities
People influencing, People
People influencing, People
• Threat = Over commercialization, internal conflicts, etc.
• Solution = should go hand in hand...
CONCLUSION

Simple, RESPECT LIFE AND DO YOUR
PART IN SUSTAINING OR EVEN CONSERVING…….
References
• Tourism and Sustainability: New Tourism in the Third
World by Martin Mowforth and Ian Munt.
• Sustainabletrav...
THANK YOU
E.Grace Selvarani
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Tourism and sustainable energy

  1. 1. TOURISM AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
  2. 2. MAIN THEME Tourism = People
  3. 3. People influencing, ENVIRONMENT • Climate • Landscape/Terrain • Carbon footprints
  4. 4. People (tourism) influencing climate
  5. 5. People (tourism) influencing climate • Threat = As the world seeks solutions to climate change it looks increasingly towards implementing renewable energy systems. But, the large potential for renewable energy has not been realized due to many barriers. • Solution = An important task is to identify the means to remove the economic, regulatory, a nd institutional disadvantages that make renewable energy less competitive than other conventional sources.
  6. 6. People (tourism) influencing climate Solar, wind , tidal energy
  7. 7. People (tourism) influencing land “In simple words, it is an unorganized human settlement which leads to the disturbances at land in a high rate of destruction in land, money and life.”
  8. 8. People (tourism) influencing land • Threat = Loss of life and money. • Solution = facilitate the movement of water into soil, reduction of wind velocity near the ground level through wind breaks and mainly afforestation would help it.
  9. 9. People (tourism) influencing carbon Carbon footprint - the amount of carbon being emitted. (Over three-quarters of these emissions are manmade and are created by the burning of fossil fuels for transportation)
  10. 10. People (tourism) influencing carbon • Threats = Everyday activities that seem virtually harmless, increases carbon footprint and add to the greenhouse gas problem. • Solution = ecological light bulbs(cfl lamps), using solar energy, tidal energy and wind energy.
  11. 11. People influencing, People People should go To gain opportunities
  12. 12. People influencing, People
  13. 13. People influencing, People • Threat = Over commercialization, internal conflicts, etc. • Solution = should go hand in hand with mutual approach in which it gives mutual benefits .(e.g.) ARTICLE IN HINDU NEWS PAPER in mutualism 18/09/2012 - In the vast plains of Africa graze innumerable zebras. Curiously, in their midst is a flock of ostriches! You wonder why. Zebras can hear and smell extremely well but have poor eyesight. On the other hand, the birds have excellent vision and hence, as a group they watch out for predators.
  14. 14. CONCLUSION Simple, RESPECT LIFE AND DO YOUR PART IN SUSTAINING OR EVEN CONSERVING…….
  15. 15. References • Tourism and Sustainability: New Tourism in the Third World by Martin Mowforth and Ian Munt. • Sustainabletravelinternational.org • www.conserveonline.org • Tourism Development, Principles and practices by A.K. Bhatia. • A Text book of Environmental Studies by Dr. Sharadha, Dr. Manisha, Dr. Ranjana .
  16. 16. THANK YOU E.Grace Selvarani

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